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Singing Day

02 November 2019

Saturday 02 November 2019
10am - 4.30pm

St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale
Sparrow Hill
Rochdale
OL16 1QT

Details:

Come and sing Mendelssohn's "ELIJAH" - part 1

Philip O'Connor Conductor/Tenor (Manchester Cathedral/RNCM)
Callum Speed - Baritone (Goldsmith's - London)
Philip Lowe - Organ (Rochdale Parish Church)

The day concludes with a public performance at 3.30pm.

Come and take part in a performance of Part 1 of Mendelssohn's masterpiece and enjoy listening to two professional soloists.

Admission on the door is £5. Participants pay £12, music provided.

For further information please contact:

  • philmus22@outlook.com
  • or j.midgley448@btinternet.com - 01706 639162


Contact: J Midgley
01706 639162

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